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October 2010
Migration

Applying for PR? Beware migration scams

THE immigration department has issued a warning calling on the public to beware internet migration scams.

Melbourne city

Open ’till late- best places to study in melbourne

OKAY last minute crammers, we’ve done the legwork for you and updated the best spots in town to hole up and study till late

Sometimes food

Eat well, study smart

DID you know choosing protein over carbohydrate foods before exams can help to keep your mind more alert? Preparation for exams start from the kitchen, says dietitian Winnie Kam.

Makeup basics: bronzer/contouring

Makeup how-to: blush, bronzing, highlighting

IT’S amazing what a bit of blush, bronzer and highlighter can do to accentuate, slim and define your features. Meld beauty columnist Roseanne Tang shows you how to get that healthy sun-kissed glow on your cheeks.

Collins Place fire Melbourne CBD

Collins Place fire, workers evacuated

FIREFIGHTERS are still trying to work out the cause of the blaze that broke out in an office building on the corner of Exhibition St and Flinders Lane this morning.

The Social Network

The Social Network (Review)

TAKING certain liberties with its “real life” subject matter, The Social Network isn’t a definitive, educational guide to the history and founding of Facebook. But what it is, is a fantastic story done right.

La Danse: The Paris Opera Ballet

La Danse: The Paris Opera Ballet (Review)

THIS will certainly appeal to ballet aficionados, but you don’t need a background in dance to catch documentary filmmaker Frederick Wiseman’s piercing gaze into one of the world’s greatest ballet companies.

Cafe De Clieu, Gertrude St, Fitzroy

Drink it all in at De Clieu, Fitzroy

LOVE it. Love it. Love it. After Brother Baba Budan and Seven Seeds, comes Mark Dundon and Bridget Amor’s latest cafe venture De Clieu on Gertrude St, Fitzroy. Silky cups of coffee, creative menu offerings, yummy sweets, and excellent service.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows: Part 1

Warner Brothers dump 3D version of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

WARNER Brothers has announced it would no longer screen part one of the much-anticipated Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows in 3D as planned. The studio says the 3D version of the film could not be completed in time for its scheduled release on November 19, “despite their best efforts”.

Zachary Tay, is the conductor and founder of Melbourne's Orchestre Nouveau. Photo: Shaun Lee

Orchestre Nouveau: Who says we can’t do rock?

CLASSICAL music isn’t just for the uppity, says Melbourne conductor and founder of Orchestre Nouveau Zachary Tay. Find out how the orchestra is making inroads into the world of pop.

1Malaysia. Students pose for the camera with Datuk Seri Mustapha after the seminar.

Malaysia’s ex-PM Dr Mahathir hospitalised in Melbourne

FORMER Malaysian Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad was forced to pull out of a much anticipated talk at Melbourne University on Saturday after being hospitalised with a chest infection.

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